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PAD studio - The Garden Room

PAD studio

The Garden Room

The Garden Room

The Garden Room 

The Garden Room next to the existing building

The Garden Room next to the existing building 



This Garden Room for a private client is located amongst stunning New Forest landscape. The structure takes advantage of the landscape forming various relationships between the inhabitant & the garden. To the rear the building is nestled into the landscape allowing views across the top of the sedum roof. The desk at ground level forms an intimate working space with the garden. To the front the garden room opens out over the falling landscape. The buildings dark appearance acts as a canvas to the brightly coloured garden landscape.